Pipes - Example
To achieve my purpose
I need RSS feeds from both the sites and merge them
Pipes – other stuff
Private pipes vs public pipes
Private pipes can be shared using their URLs
Pipes once published are available for search
engines to crawl
Hosted pipes make life much more easier
Pipes – what can you do?
Combine 2 or more feeds or take user input and
filter, sort or concatenate them!
You can also execute regular expressions, date
formatting and much much more!
Pipes – Engine
Currently pipes is using V1 engine. It will be
upgraded to V2 (Beta) which is also used for YQL.
So if you have a V1 pipe, migrate to V2
Pipes – Cool stuff
It is easy to use with its “visual editor”.
Pipes is a life savor in enabling to jumble data
without tumbling into code.
Hosting and SEO are taken care of!! Yay!
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Take user input and search for books & following tech
Google book search base url :
User input should be passed as param q. So the final query
Take user input
Use it as param for book search
Get feeds from Magazine
Search for items with user input in title or description
Merge the feeds from both sources
Sort them to show latest ones first